[NAFEX] re: the fizzing apple??
markl at nytec.com
Mon Nov 8 14:23:31 EST 2004
Can you record the sound. It seems like we have discussed all aspects
of fruit here, except sounds. If you can record it, I can help you turn
the sound into a WAV file or an mp3. I think that would be an
interesting contribution to our fruit discussion.
-Mark Lee, Seattle
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JoanRRosenberg at aol.com
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 9:30 AM
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Subject: [NAFEX] re: the fizzing apple??
Heron, you have a first. Never heard of that. But let me ask, are all
the apples in that storage bin the same way? It may have something to
do with the conditions of storage. You might want to make some very
detailed notes. If you can replicate the event, you then have a chance
of understanding what might have caused it. Any compressed gas can
cause a fizzing, including carbon dioxide. So the question is, what is
happening to the apple. What you really need is a curious high school
student in need of a chemistry science project who would be willing to
take a fizzy apple to the lab for testing.
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